List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Tolm Buirich
Tolm Buirich
Rev. [Reverend] Mr McHardy
Mr William Shaw
Mr Alexander McRae
059 A hill of considerable height situated about three miles North of a place called Dunanfues The property of Mrs. Farquharson Allargue, and Duke of Richmond
CORRIE OF ALLT REPPACHIE Corrie of Allt Reppachie
Corrie of Allt Reppachie
Corrie of Allt Reppachie
Rev [Reverend] Mr McHardy
Mr William Shaw
Mr Alexander McRae
059 A hollow in the south side of the hill Tolm Buirich.
CARN EALASAID Cairn Ealasaid
Cairn Ealasaid
Cairn Ealasaid
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McHardy Mr. William Shaw
Mr. Alexander McRae
059 A hill of great height and extent situated about 3 miles north of a place called Loinherry part of which is in the County of Banff, and part in Aberdeen The property of Duke of Richmond and Mrs Farquharson. Allargue

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Tolm Buirich']
The authorities have been indebted to their dictionaries for the word Tolm which is a Norse word, & if correct is the first of its sort I have met with in West Aberdeenshire
Tom Bùirich I wd [would] say
[Initialled] JMcD
The roaring Hill } Tolm. A hillock of a round form
The roaring Hill } Buireadh. Buirich. Buir. Wailing, loud weeping; a burst of grief, roaring, bellowing; a rutting. (Gaelic)

[Note beside 'Corrie of Allt Reppachie']
Ràpach Noisy &c,
Rapachie probably a provincialism [hidden text]
it is pron [pronounced] [hidden text ]

[Note beside 'Carn Ealasaid']
Elizabeth's Cairn
[Authority] Ealasai[d][remaining text hidden by attached note is 'Elizabeth']

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